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Punishment for Behavior Disorders
Kids with learning disabilities may get frustrated very easily. You may find yourself in a power struggle or even in a dangerous situation. Learn ways to deal with this issue.
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder was known as shell shock in previous years. This disorder is so much more than shell shock in adults. It can lead to learning disabilities in children.
Each New Year begins with new resolutions for many people. Once the newness of the year proceeds, many of us fall back into the old and familiar way of doing things. The resolutions spoken are lost to procrastination. The spirit of procrastination can be overcome with a little work.
Objective Driven Lessons
The potential for learning increases drastically when lessons are driven by purposeful objectives. The objective specifies the desired outcome of the lesson. An objective driven lesson moves the attainment of information to the use of information.
Note-taking Skills for the Classroom
All students have some type of note-taking skills. Some are excellent. Others are not so good. It is important to adapt good note-taking skills in order to improve the chances of retaining information learned.
Meeting Basic Needs for Children
The basic needs of children need to be met in order to learn. These are some ways to help children with learning disabilities succeed.
Stresses and strains on life can become overwhelming when dealing with emotions. Managing life with a learning disability can have an effect on emotional health or the ability to cope with emotions.
Making Transitions to College
Transition from high school to college takes careful planning. College admissions requirements need to be considered while in high school, along with ways to pay for college.
Making Accommodations in the Inclusive Classroom
Adjustments to the general education curriculum can be made to accommodate students with learning disabilities. Supports, such as organizational skills, extra structure, and adjustments in classroom activities can be made to provide balance in learning.
Maintaining Positive Behavior
Children with learning disabilities often portray behavior challenges. Negative behaviors can be changed. Simple strategies can be used to develop and maintain a positive behavior.
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